Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are a class of man-made chemicals known by such tradenames as "Freon," "Genetron," and "Isotron."

Construction is described as an energy-consuming subsector of the industrial sector that consists of all facilities and equipment used to perform land preparation and construct, renovate, alter, install, maintain, or repair major infrastructure or individual systems therein. Infrastructure includes buildings; industrial plants; and other major structures, such as tanks, towers, monuments, roadways, tunnels, bridges, dams, pipelines, and transmission lines.

Condenser Coil has to do with a network of refrigerant-filled tubes where heat leaves the hot refrigerant vapor. The vapor then condenses into a liquid capable of absorbing more heat.

Compound microscopes are optical / light microscopes that use a single light path. Both monocular and binocular versions are available. Typically, compound microscopes are used for viewing very small specimens such as cells pond life.

Coil stamp makes reference to a stamp prepared in rolls or coils to be dispensed by shops or vending machines.

Coil (ignition) refers to a transformer in the ignition circuit that steps up the voltage provided to the spark plugs

Coil is a term often used to describe a suspension spring or the component that is formed when several turns of wire are wound on a cylindrical form or on a metal core.

Chisel is described as an edge tool or instrument with a flat steel blade with a cutting edge on one end of a metal blade, used in dressing, shaping, or working in timber, stone, metal, etc. that is usually driven by a mallet or hammer. Moreover, metal chisels.can be used for widening cracks and chipping out plaster.

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